IPC is a Civil Society Organization (CSO) established with the aim of providing free legal assistance to socially vulnerable groups of population in exercising their human and civil rights, and to strengthen civil society and active citizenship on the territory of our local community and the wider region.
IPC was registered on 12 June 2002, and it was created by transforming the Legal Center of the American humanitarian organization “International Rescue Committee” that commenced with the work in Slavonski Brod in 1998.
Non-governmental organizations Association Vasa Prava BiH (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Praxis (Serbia), Civil Rights Programme (Kosovo), Legal Centre (Montenegro), Macedonian Young Lawyers Association (Macedonia), and Information Legal Centre (Croatia)
Founded in 2012, The European Network on Statelessness (ENS) is an open and growing network of non-governmental organizations, academic initiatives and individual professionals dedicated to work with aim of reducing statelessness in Europe. IPC joined the ENS in 2012 as associate member.
The Platform 112 gathers about 60 civil society organizations with long standing experience that are dealing with the human rights protection, democratization, piecebuilding, the prevention of corruption and protection of the public resources (especially environment).